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Film, Video and Sound


Fonds/collection: ZINIAK, Madeline
General accesss conditions for collection
Consultation: open

Reproduction:

with written permission of copyright owner : with permission of donor
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Accession number: 1993-0300
Item number (ISN): 218497
Media: Video
Title: Ethnicity
Ethnicity and Sculpture
Part: 1 of 1
Release date: 1986-12-01

Production company:

Rogers Cable 10

Country of production:

cn
Production credit: director/producer, Madeline Ziniak; host/interviewer, Bonnie Gross
Description: English

Program in a television series about ethnic diversity in Canada. This program is about two Jewish sculptors, Gina Tannenbaum and Misha Frid, who talk about how their work reflects their lives and backgrounds. Tannenbaum was hidden from the Nazis in Germany during the Second World War. She has created a sculpture for the holocaust memorial in Calgary. Frid, who left the Soviet Union for the artistic and cultural freedom of North America, has settled in Toronto. The program includes footage of Tannenbaum in her studio and still photographs of sculptures.
Catalogue number: 4177

Notes:

1. Description prepared from donor notes and from viewing tape.

Physical description
Source: DSINTRNL - 218497

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